Agnieszka Dębska, Ph.D.
Affiliated Postdoc

About me:

2011-2016: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Psychology
- PhD, psychology (2016)
2006-2011: University of Warsaw,  College of Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences
- MA, psychology (2011)
- MA, philosophy (2010)

Honors & awards
- Scholarship for the best PhD students of the University of Warsaw, “Nowoczesny Uniwersytet”, 2013-2014
- The Rector’s Scholarship for the best psychology students, University of Warsaw, 2011-2015
- Scholarship of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, 2010-2011

Scientific collaborations
2018-now: Prof. Karin Landerl, dr Chiara Banfi, University of Graz, Austria: Neural and behavioral basis of combined and isolated reading and spelling deficit. Research stays: 12.2018 & 11.2019.
2015-2016: Prof. Ian Apperly, University of Birmingham, UK: Cognitive perspective-taking in communication. 4-months predoctoral fellowship.


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Research interests:

Neurobiological basis of language, reading and spelling (dyslexia, isolated spelling impairment).

Selected publications:

Dębska, A., Chyl, K., Dzięgiel, G., Kacprzak, A., Łuniewska, M., Plewko, J., Marchewka, A., Grabowska, A., Jednoróg, K. (2019). Reading and spelling skills are differentially related to phonological processing: behavioral and fMRI study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

Dębska, A., Łuniewska, M., Chyl, K., Banaszkiewicz, A., Żelechowska, A., Wypych, M., Marchewka, A., Pugh, K.R., Jednoróg, K. (2016). Neural basis of phonological awareness in beginning readers with familial risk of dyslexia - results from shallow orthography, NeuroImage, 132. 406-416.

Dębska, A., Rączaszek-Leonardi, J. (2016). What makes us more egocentric in communication? The role of referent features and individual differences. Discourse Processes, 1-11.